bgpfeeder is a program to feed a BGPv4 speaker with an infrequently changing list of static internal routes. It is used at Bytemark to rearrange routing information from the "network organizer" database, to avoid staff having to log in to core routers to effect common routing changes. It is also used to communicate with transit providers to communicate "black hole" information about traffic that should not be passed on to the routers.
Re: Size, stability, and market share
Nah, they've done some good work, it's just not been
packaged very well. Look up Skipstone or Galeon
here on Freshmeat, two GTK-based web browserrs
which use Mozilla's HTML renderer and nothing else.
Very responsive, less bloat, more fun.
So... er... what does this /do/ for you?
I mean, if you're that l33t, why are you using a distro in the first place? Those nice GNU / Linux people supply all their stuff in source form, dammit, so cross-compile from another OS and install it all that way, why don't you? :-)